Apple To Charge For Final Boot Camp
"Apple is set to charge for software that will allow Mac users to run Windows and MacOS X in dual boot mode. Read on to find out more..."
Published: 22nd January 2007 | Source: The Inquirer |22/01/07
Source: The Inquirer
According to Apple mag, MacScoop , Apple executives have decided to charge current users of Mac OS X Tiger for the final version of Boot Camp more than US$29 to run the software. Boot Camp will be a free feature included in the new version of the operating system 'Leopard'. This means that Tiger users who want to use Boot Camp will either have to upgrade or stump up the extra cash.
The fact that Apple had released Boot Camp and enable users to run XP had been one of the sweetners that led to the product's success. New versions of Boot Camp will apparently run Windows Vista.
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